Found January 05, 2012 on The Daily Dolphin:
PLAYERS: Jeff Fisher
TEAMS: Miami Dolphins
The Dolphins have identified the next person they want to interview if Jeff Fisher chooses St. Louis over Miami. And he might solve the Dolphins’ quarterback dilemma, too. Packers beat writer Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reported this afternoon that Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin will interview for the Dolphins’ head coaching vacancy “by [...]

A Quick Conversation with About Jeff Fisher

As many Dolfans are waiting for Fisher’s answer of what team he will coach, I thought it would be interesting to get a few takes from fellow blogger Derek Pease.  I had a quick conversation with Derek this evening about Fisher and the Rams and got his side of the story.  Here is what he revealed to me: 1.) What is the latest news with the Rams and Fisher? ...

Jeff Fisher interviewing for Rams opening

ST. LOUIS - Jeff Fisher is in St. Louis interviewing for the St. Louis Rams coaching job after previously meeting...

The Jeff Fisher leverage game is working

Earlier today, we pointed out that free-agent coach Jeff Fisher — the only “A”-list coach in the 2012 hiring cycle — has adroitly commenced the process of building leverage for a great job offer by making it known that he left Miami with a good impression of the Dolphins and owner Stephen Ross. And so,…

Report: Fisher “on the verge” of becoming Rams coach

Jeff Fisher is reportedly taking the weekend to decide whether he wants to coach the Rams and the Dolphins. At least one source in St. Louis believes he’s going to pick the Rams. Howard Balzer of says Fisher is “on the verge” of accepting the Rams coaching job. Balzer lays out the case why…

Fisher to limit job search to Dolphins, Rams

Jeff Fisher said Friday he is considering coaching next season in only two places, Miami or St. Louis, and that he will make his decision next week.

Video: PFT Live: Rams or Dolphins for Fisher

PFT Live: Mike Florio discusses where Jeff Fisher will coaching next season. (NBC Sports)

Signs Continue to Point to Jeff Fisher Landing with the Rams

Last night we mentioned a report that indicated former Titans head coach Jeff Fisher will land in St. Louis as the Rams new head coach. Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network also believes Fisher will likely land in St. Louis and he’s predicting that he’ll be hired by this coming Sunday or Monday. Right now [...]

Source: Fisher to meet with Rams Thursday

Former Tennessee Titans coach Jeff Fisher is scheduled to meet Thursday with the St. Louis Rams, an NFL source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

Don’t Count on Jeff Fisher to be the Next Coach of the Bucs

Fisher is not likely to coach the Bucs, though that's not necessarily a bad thing... Over the past few days perhaps the biggest name on the coaching market has been Jeff Fisher. Fisher is an extremely experienced coach who spent the better part of two decades in Tennessee and Houston coaching the Titans (once Oilers). With Bill Cowher being coy about whether he wants to coach...

Bears assistant Toub interviews for Dolphins' job

Chicago Bears special teams coordinator Dave Toub is the latest candidate to interview for the Miami Dolphins' coaching job. The Dolphins completed a two-day interview with Toub on Wednesday. They've also interviewed former Titans coach Jeff Fisher and Todd Bowles, who was Miami's interim coach for the final three games this season after Tony Sparano was fired. Toub...
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